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SHORT STORY. A CINDERELLA OF TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 October 1898

?- " 7-; . SHOE? STOBT. \ ;- ? .,' , -*- I A CINDERELLA .OP TO-DAY. * 1 do call it a jolly shame,' said Tom ¡ Drayton, coming out into the conservatory to where hiB favourite sister Molly was Standing. * The Sylvesters have just como, and they have left Ella at home to look alter that tiresome brother of theirs. Just as if Mrs " Sy lvoster oould not have stayed behind, if ne were not bo well, and let the three girls come alone. Mother did half suggest it the other day.' Tom's mother was giving a ball in honour ?of his twenty-first birthday, and he was naturally rather pat out to find one of hit) particular friends, and his sister's friend, bad been prevented from coming to it. Ela Sylvester was a general favourite. She was not handsome and accomplished like her elder sister Gertrude, nor so pretty, and fascinating as Tiny, the younger one ; but, for all that, there were many who liked her better than either of the others. 'Why Gertjude told me the other day that if anyone were oblig...

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SKETCHER. IN A MATCH FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 October 1898

< 8D1QEBB. ? ? ? -»" US A MATCH FACTORY. It would take too much» spaoe to desoribe at any length the various processes whioh the splint undergoes before it is turned out into the foil blown match. A regiment of girls are employed to pack splints into square oases. Each end of the splints has then to he scorched on a hot plate and dipped into a mixture of melted paraffin in order to facilitate ignition. This operation is con- ducted with great rapidity. The cases are then taken to the filling frames, eaoh of whioh is worked by a girl or woman. The splints are TUMBLED INTO A HOFFBB, from the bottom of whioh they fall, with marvellous regularity and rapidity, into a frame whioh nolds several thousands of them -when filled. When the frame is taken out eaoh of the splints stands alone in its place, being divided into rows by a number of thin wooden laths covered with flannel. These frames are tightly screwed up, and each splint is firm and ereot, ready to be dipped into the co...

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CONCERNING ICES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 October 1898

CONCERNING ICES. ? It is always a great trouble to me that iocs should be so expensive, because if there is one thing more necessary to mo than another during the summer months, it is the daily or bi- daily consumption of ices ! And really, after ali, they are not such pro- hibitive things-at least so far as the pecuniary part of them are concerned ; and since we can buy an ice-making maohine for 3s Gd, why should wo not indulge our ice-loving natures P True, they are supposed rather to impair one's digestion, and they are not the very wisest things to eat when in a state of frantic heat ; but what of it ? lees were eaten in the luxurious Roman age, and ioes of a kind are eaten by the Esquimaux (blubber ices, a delicate trifle, doubtless), so I may as well give you some simple and lucid descriptions of how to make them. I shall always think the veey nicest ices I ever tasted were those made by my brother and myself in a disused pepper tin (one of the round lib onesj, firmly imbedded...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 October 1898

??????.>?? Did you ever see one? It is as playful and harmless as a kitten. You might have one with you for weeks and not suspect danger. But, beware! Some day it will surely spring, and the fight for life is at hand. It ia just so with a cough. You may carry one with you for weeks and not think of danger. But the danger is there. Some day the fight will be on, and it is a question which will win, Consumption or You. @fa©s*¡ry mama%Btmu!TiirrAut»*.imTwuBawBM ??BHIBESHEK&BBKHDBBBEBHH'n promptly cures all baby coughs: but it can- not always cure the full grown coughs of the most advanced stages of disease. Yet even here it will bring comfort and ease.' Then use it early for acute colds, coughs, bron- chitis and all pulmonary troubles. Beware of cheap imitation». See that the name, Ayenr'a Cherry Pectoral, Is blown Iii tno glasa ot each bottle. Put up in largo and small bottloi. __________«____________ MARRIAGE. Rowe-Linklater.-September 28th, 1898, at the residence of the b...

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MERCY FOR THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 October 1898

I MERCY FOR THE HORSE. As we pass down the streeet and ape this God-given servant of the human race bpat«»n( and hanged, and ovur-driven, and variously maltreated, we wonder if people know what the horse is. There nepds to b« a redis- tribution of coronets among the brute crea- tion. For ages the lion has bf>en called the .king of beasts. I knock off this coronet and put the crown upon the horse, in every way nobler, whether in shape, or spirit, or sagacity, or intelligence, or affection, or use- fulness. He is somî-human and knows how to reasou on a small scale. The centaur of oldeu times, part horne and part man seems to be a suggestion of the fact that the horse is something more than a beast-, Joh sets forth his strength, his beauty, his majesty, the panting of his nostril, the pawing of his hoot", and his enthusiasm for the battle. What Rosa Bonheur did for the cattl«, and what Landseer did tor the dog, Job with mightier pencil does for the horse. Eighty eight times d'»es th...

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THE LUNCHEON TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 15 October 1898

THE LUNCHEON TEAM. On the ocoasion of a foothall match between a number of military nffiuera and a team of lawyers, the former had prepared a splendid . luncheon for the visitors before the game commenced. Both teams did thorough justice to the luncheon ; and, the legal gentleman going pn strongly for chtrapagne and cigars, the offloorB anticipated an easy viotory. ..Ou looking towards the football ground, 1 however, aft*»r luncheon, the officer« espied i'.ft' remarkably fresh-looking- lot of gin nts looking* the ball about, and, io amazomont, asked their cuesta who the strangers were. .' Oh," replied one of them, finishing his last glass of champagne, " those ore our playing team ; we are only the luncheon team, you know !" For Bronchial Goughs take Wood's Great Peppermint Oure, 1/6 and 2/0.

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MR. GLADSTONE'S WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 October 1898

MR, GLADSTONE'S WILL. Alooesida the millions made by plutocrat ban leers, brewers nud distillers, the fortuue bequpafhed by the great etatpsrouu who waa four times Prime Minister of England r^ads modest indeed. His youuger brother, Robert Glnd»tc»ne, of Liverpool, left nearly twice £50.000. and Sir Thomas Gladstone, of Fa>qun, was niuo richer. William Ewart Gladstone's will is a chnrae'eristio donumenl. With th© family provisions the pu Mic hav« no concern, save perhaps a passngein which the deconied'H graudsnn, the possessor of the Hawarden Estate, is solemnly adjured, os the wealthiest member of the family, to con- sider lf.88 fortunato relatives : - " An he is the hoad of <>ur branch of my family, so it will be his duty to extend good office* to the other members thereof, aenordiug to his ability and their manifest need« aud merits." With regard to his funeral aud burial, Mr. Gladstone left spécifie directions, as follows : - 44 Commending myself to the infinite ...

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PERSONAL AND POLITICAL [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 October 1898

PERSONAL AND POLITIC AL À POLITICAL/ peace ^hà8] failed oti the Assembly. ,'iVlrMteid bas nn aB.iuiráble lieuteriànt.' jùst now în.Mr.garton. :'' \. ? 'r " ,' : ' : "'['\ . The Federal leader is really the; most ¡popular atnöhg-uiëiiibër» bf ' the Assembly i .'* Tact and courtesy ure his strong-points. lt is now realised that,tiie Premier perpetrated his biggest joke when he appointed the Yoong [loyal Commission. ? Tlie Days of the Victorian.--'Government are numbered. Mr. Sleatb, M.P., delivered u eulogis- tic toast of Minister for Mines Foster. The..great Australian. movement .-just now ia not Federation,, but Cupwardn. Everybody who IviB the fare, a new suit and a few pounds to spare in wagers, is making towards Melbourne". The silicide seasonwill.act in directly .the Mel- bourne Cup is run for and won. Also, -then we shall hear of strange disappearances, shortages in cash and prosecutions for embezzlement; The/'Cu'p business means 'tnheh to Melbourne Business in the shops booms ...

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A LADY'S BILIOUSNESS, DEBILITY, AND HEADACHES CURED. DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS SUCCEED WHERE OTHERS FAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 October 1898

, A LADY'S BILIOUSNESS, DEBILITY, AND HEADACHES CURED. DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS SUCCEED WHE,RE ( ' OTHERS FAIL. Biliousness; means , headaches; irritable teni per. sleeplessness, costiveness, giddiness, yelluw complexion and debility ; Dr.. Williams1 Pink Pills have cured thousands of such cases. Hore is one : /V reporter, having seen letters from Mrs. Bennett, relating to her remarkable cure from biliousness,'indigestion and general debility, waited on her, at lier residence, at Wetherill Park, near Fairfield, N.S.W., to obtain jan account of lier case. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett are orchardists, and are the proprietors of one of thc most fruitful and well-ordered orchards in that district. Tho late sufferer, now a picture of robust eountry. health, willingly abandoned lier occupation of picking mulberries to give the fo lowing to a reporter : - " For twelve years," she. said, "I suffered terribly from general debility. I cannot tell you how ill I was, I felt so miserably low and 'depres...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 October 1898

Telï'Tuo not in mOnrnfiiii nuTODBrBl Advertising does «ot pay ; For the man's non compos mentis Who would such absurd things say. Life is real! Life is earnest I And the man who hopes to rise To success in any calling Mast expect to advertise. In the world's broad- field of battle, In the conflict of real lifo, Advertising is the secret Ol'achievement in the strife. Lives of rich men all remind jas; We can make our own subliíñe¿ ; ' * And by liberal advertising. To the highest summit climb. THE . Liverpool . Heratd> '' With which is incorporated tho "Liverpool Times" and " Liverpool Meroury), Published Every Saturday: Morning* Is one of tho BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUMS out of Sydney, as t has a Large and Steadily Increasing Circulation'rthíp^liV^Í $MI whole ¡of the- District^ V iuoluding Canley Vale, . St. John's Park, Cabramatta, Hoxton Park, Glenfield, Bringelly, Ingleburn, Minto, Moorbank, Bonnyrigg, and the town of Liverpool. -o It contains the,. LATEST N Jj£ W S l \ riglit up to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 October 1898

Q^OVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENTS, , Department of Lands, Sydney, 17th*0ct., 1898. THE attention of all persons |nterested is invited to the Gopefaiiient Gazette of the 12th instant, notification wittfbf resj MENT OF CHA MUNICIPALITY O] Copies of the Government spected at the Crown La Police Office of the Disti 5a-65 ich appears a ct t¿ ^LIGN- ES ' SmEET, LÏVERfOO fazjßte can ifoe in' Office an\ th HOUSTON, Under Secretary Department of Public Instruction, Sydney, 18th Oct., 1898. TENDERS are invited for the. EREC- TION of a NEW SCHOOL BUILDING (Brick), CECIL PARK PUBMC S$H#OL, near Liverpool. For corwitionsJ' see Government Gazette. Plans and Shpecjfiftitions^ may be seen at the School, *ndi: at the Department of Public Instruction, Sydney, where Tenders will be received urmo noon on Thursday, the 3rd November, 189% 3a-142. J. A. HÄGUE. DISCOVERED AT LAST ! THE NATIONAL - - - . EGG PRESERVING CABINET. Will Preserve 1000 Eugs in 40 minutes at a cost of dd. The Eggs will keep Sweet and Fres...

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ST. LUKE'S (C.E.) ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 October 1898

ST. LUKE'S (O.E.) ANNIVERSARY. SPECIAL services to commemorate the 79th anniversary of St. Luke's Church, Liverpool, commenced on Sunday last and have been continued during the week. The Rev. O. G. Cranswick, rector of Springwood, preached morning and evening at the open- ing services and in the afternoon conducted a flower service. The services were attended by large congregations, in- cluding representatives of other denomina- tions. On Tuesday (St. Luke's Day), services were conducted morning and evening by the rector, Rev. J. Shearman, fair congregations attending. On Wednesday evening an organ recital was given by Mr. A. Barry (Parramatta). There was a good attendance and the various instrumental and vocal items were admirably rendered and much appreciated. Mr. Barry's instrumental items were :-The Great Bridal March (De Sivra), Leider Ohne Worte, (Mendellaohn), Cheer Humana (Batiste), Lento from Sonata, (Chopin), Les Coronation (Meyerbeer) Pastoral Symphony (Handel),, Cavatina...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 October 1898

LOCAL AND GENERAL. WE are sending out our accounts for the past quarter and hope our friends will send along " the needful" as soon as possible. Our appeals are usually met with a liberal response and we trust the present will prove no exception to the rule/. I THETnew wing of St. Anne's Orphanage I is rapidly approaching completion. It is a valuable as well ks an attractive addition. The bricks used in its construction were I manufactured at Alderman Christiansen's brick works. "TOM" Nolan, a one time local celebrity, is said to be doing well up Walgett way. A CASE of typhoid is reported in town, the victim being a child named Neilson, residing with ifs parents in " the cottages." EVERYBODY is liable to itching piles. Rich 1 nncl poor, old mid young Terrible the torture they suffer. Only oue sure cure. Donn's Ointment. Absolutely safe, can't fail. THE largest farmer in England, curiously enough, bears the name of Farmer. His residence, according to a Manchester contem- porary, is a...

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NOVEL. The Chapel of Ease CHAPTER VI.—(CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 October 1898

NOVIGK By Harriet Riddle Davis CHAPTER VI«-(CONTINTJBD). When he went into the courthouse it'was to find that nearly all business had been sus- pended, and that Mrs Brent and Mrs Brent's affaira were upon every tongue* Somehow it caine upon him with a. shook when he \ learned that Colonel Brent had died abroad, and that the widowed Hester was going to live permanently in Dorset, that she was rioh, and that she had u will of her own, to say nothing of temper. And then he heard grave? things said: there were dark stories and darker hint« freely passed from lip to lip concerning Colonel Brent's life ; and be turned away impatiently from the gossip -that was rife. It annoyed him keenly to think that the private affairs of the Jenifers ' and Brents were being bandied about among these men. lt was long before he oould bring any one to business, and the morning was well advanced boforo tho com- missioners were ready to consider his report. During the disousHion that followed ho re- minded ...

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The Liverpool Gerald, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 October 1898

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. .SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1898. THE Premier has always been recognised as a past-master in political jocularity. He has given a facetious twist to legislative lan- guage nnd parliamentary business never before noticed in New South Wales. But he excelled himself in merry methods when he gave the coup de grace to a threatening motion of censure by accepting orders for a Royal Commission to inquire into the charges against his Minister for Works in connection with an expedition to the Macleay Electorate on behalf of ex-colleague Sydney Smith. Then, when the position of the Government was challenged over the injudicious conduct of Mr. Young, certain Ministerialists and Labor members assumed a highly moral in- dignation at the intervention of the Minister in charge of the money-spending department of the State, but comforted their consciences and preserved their party consistency in not voting for the hostile motion by pointing out that the Royal Commission...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 October 1898

A WELL-ATTENDED plain and fancy dress ball was held recently in Blinman'« Hall, 'Glenfield, in aid of the children's annual pic-nie. The arrangements were entrusted to a committee, consisting of Misses Sloconibe, Blinman and Sanderson, whose strenuous efforts to promote the comfort, convenience and enjoyment of their patrons was responsible for tho unqualified success the affair proved. Messrs. A. Blinman and W. J. Linklater, as M'sC, also added their quota in that direction. T/IK work of placing the grounds adjacent to the Town Hall in order for the local Agricultural Society's second annual show, which takes place in February next, is being proceeded with, and several now and com- modious structures are in course of erection. WHAT has become of the proposed de- putation to the Minister for Works relative to the Hoxton Park-road ? MRS. Boyd, wife of Mr. Boyd of Tamworth (formerly an officer of the local police force) was in town on Tuesday last and warmly welcomed by many of her ol...

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CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 October 1898

CHAPTER VIII. , Whatever of beauty Hester possessed, was . of rather an unusual type. A. oritio would have found fault with her upon various points ;. it might even be disputed whether she had any pretensions to beauty at;all. Her hair was of that peculiar yellow color v ith not a touoh t>f « id in ic, yee not laok ing m . i\hcv iijjhL or Lio. I>. -VHS tu mk and grew » in.«i her . face in a vigorous, wavy f abb ion ... . itive of strength of constitution. Her oci^i-/. xion was clear, but darker than, usually accompanies such yellow hair, and it made somehow a contrast that was notice- able and not entirely harmonious. Her eyeH were brown, deepening almost to black in any emotion or excitement. The mouth and chin were firm and decided. The only color in her face lay ia tho ourve of tho lips and the changing light in thu eyes. Hester had undeniably good points, but BO muoh depended on the expression of her face that one could never bo eure two hours in suc- cession whether eho h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 October 1898

Impurities of the Blood. Until these purifying Pills have had .1 fair trial, let na one fcc longer oppressed with the notion that his malady is in- curable. A few doses will remove all disordered actions! rouse thc torpid liver, reliare the obstructed kidneys, cleanse impure blood, «nd confer on every function healthful vigour. They work a thormçh purification throughout the whole system, without disordering the natural action of any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Complaints, and Sick Headache No organ in the human body is so liable to disorder as the Liver. Remember that when nausea, flatulency, or acidity on Che stomach warn ut that digestion is not proceeding properly. Holloway's Pills give strength to «very organ, speedily remove all causes of indigestion, inspissated bile, and sick headache, and effect a pcrmansur cure, Weakness and Debility. In case« of debility, languor, and nervousness generated by exeas* af any kind, whether mental or physical, the «alleen of these Pills ar« i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 October 1898

POSTAL INFORMATION", MAtLs nre despatched from Liverpool Post Offioe «äaily (Sundays excepted), as follows: Sydney, Parramatta, and Glcr field, 930 a.m. Bringelly, Moorbauk, Bonnyrigg, Preston's, and Hoxton Park, ll a.m. Sydney, 1 2*30 p.m. Campbelltown, Camdon, Narellan, Granville, and T.P.O., at 5-30 p.m. Sydney, Parramatta, and Granville, at 9*30 p.m. On ¿very Tuesday and Saturday mails aro des- patched for Holdsworthy aud Eckersley a 12 upon. On every Saturday night a mail is despatched to Travelling P.< >., with letters for the Northern aud Western lines, at 9-.30. On Snndays mails are dpspntched to Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, and Travelling P.O. at '5 .p.m. ' ' MAILS are received at the Liverpool Post Offioe <laily (Sundays excepted), ns follows : Sydney, Campbelltown, and Travelling P.O. afc 8. am.. Moor bank, 9'4ß a. m. ?Sydneys Parramatta, Granville, Narellan, Cam- den, 10 a.m. Bonnyrigg, 12'45 p.rm Hoxton Park, 9 a.m. 1 Bringelly and Preston's, ...

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THE ANGEL OF DISCONTENT. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 22 October 1898

THE ANGEL OF DISCONTENT. . "Wnenthe/world waa formed.'and the morn ing sitars r .Upon their paths were sent, - The loftiest-browed of 'the angels waa made The Angel of Discontent. And he dwelt with man in the oaves of the hillB, Where the crested serpents sting, And the tiger tears and the she-wolf howls, And .he told of better things. And he led man forth to the towered town, And forth to the fields of oorn ; And told of the ample work ahead Jb'or which his race was born. And he whispers to men of those hills he sees In the blush of the misty wost ; And they look to the heights pf his lifted .eye-- . And they hate the name of rest. In the light of that eye does the slave behold > A hope that is high and brave; , And the .madness of war comes into his blood For he knows himself a slave. Thf serfs of wrong by the light of that eye March with victorious songs ; For the strength of the right comes into their ; hearts When they behold their wrongs. 'Tis by the light of that lifted ey...

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